Does your product development and manufacturing process feel disconnected?
We’re willing to bet that it does.
Maybe your CAD program doesn’t integrate with some of the other tools in your toolkit, or perhaps you have to go through a headache-inducing conversion process to export files from one station to another. Or, maybe you’re tired of fixing costly mistakes due to imprecise programming that takes an unnecessary toll on your business’ equipment.
It sounds like you’re in need of a solution, and lucky for you, we have one! In today’s post, we’re going to provide you with a high-level overview of what Fusion 360 is and why you should want it with your next plasma table.
Wright CNC is proud to provide state-of-the-art plasma tables that deliver the functionality and precision your business deserves. Read on to learn more about Fusion 360, and get in touch with our team if you would like to learn more about how our plasma tables could benefit your business.
Fusion 360 is a product unlike any other.
In fact, it’s the first 3D CAD, CAM, AND CAE tool that streamlines the entire product creation process through a cloud-based server. Many programs will only work on Mac or PC, but Fusion 360 caters to both worlds. To put it simply: Fusion 360 gives you the freedom to explore your design inspiration and bring them to life in a few easy steps.
Have you ever had a design idea that you had to get on paper as soon as possible? Maybe you scribbled something down on a napkin or wrote something cryptic in your phone’s note application hoping it would make sense later. Fusion 360 is fully compatible with browsers and mobile devices, allowing you to work remotely, sketch ideas on the fly, and so much more.
But what about collaborative designs that span multiple regions, time zones, and review processes? Fusion 360 can handle that, too. Instead of manually requiring you to keep track of your collaborative projects manually, Fusion 360 houses collaborative notes in an easy-to-use dashboard that can easily be shared with stakeholders.
Fusion 360 is obviously a cutting-edge tool that has changed the industry, but you need a workstation that can handle its demands. Wright CNC’s Light Series plasma tables are fully compatible with Fusion 360 and are designed to take full advantage of everything the platform has to offer.
However, please note that Fusion 360 is sold via a monthly subscription that Wright CNC does not sell. That said, we can’t give Fusion 360 enough praise and recommend it for anyone who needs integrated, all-in-one CAD, CAM, and CAE software.
Interested in learning more about Wright CNC’s products? Check out the following articles:
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- Why You Want a Wireless and Network-Capable System With Your Next Plasma Table
We look forward to working with you!